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G20 Summit’s Surprise; Chinese President Xi Jinping Likely to Skip India Summit, Report

Premier Li Qiang is expected to represent China at the event in India in the absence of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Learn about the probable effects of Xi's absence amid mounting rumours.

G20 Summit: Next week’s G20 summit in India is likely to be skipped by Chinese President Xi Jinping, according to individuals familiar with the situation in both India and China. Premier Li Qiang is anticipated to represent Beijing at the September 9–10 summit in New Delhi, according to two Indian officials, one diplomat residing in China, and one official employed by a different G20 nation.

Unanswered Queries Surround Chinese and Indian Ministries’ Reactions

Requests for reaction from the Chinese and Indian foreign ministries’ spokespeople went unanswered. Since Joe Biden has confirmed his presence, it had been speculated that Xi and Biden could meet at the summit in India as the two superpowers work to mend fences that have been frayed by a number of trade and geopolitical disputes.

Biden-Xi Talks Outside G20, Putin’s Surrogate, and Xi’s Expected No-Show

Biden and Xi last spoke outside the G20 meeting in Bali, Indonesia, in November. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, has already stated that he will send Sergei Lavrov, the foreign minister, instead of himself, to New Delhi. According to a senior government representative from the host India, “we are aware that the premier will come” in place of Xi. Two foreign diplomats and a government representative from another G20 nation said in China that Xi is probably not going to the conference. The sources in China, two of whom claimed to have received information from Chinese authorities, claimed to be unaware of the cause of his anticipated absence.

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